Legislation for MMO's to protect the gamers.
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Join Date: Dec 2007
01-31-2010, 11:17 AM
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It has been successfully argued in court in America that says that those agreements are not legally binding in any way. While it can be argued that it is proof of being informed prior to making an account, some courts won't look at it that way.
And then Congress passed a new law to satisfy those rulings, the President signed it, and it became law. Now it's the same as signing your name in pen on a paper contract. This one's been there a long time now, and not overturned.